Access to a ‘window into the cell’ with University of Wollongong cryogenic electron microscope at ANSTO.
With enhanced submicron spatial resolution, speed and contrast, the Micro-Computed Tomography beamline opens a window on the micron-scale 3D structure of a wide range of samples relevant to many areas of science including life sciences, materials engineering, anthropology, palaeontology and geology. MCT will be able to undertake high-speed and high-throughput studies, as well as provide a range of phase-contrast imaging modalities.
Radioisotopes are widely used in medicine, industry, and scientific research. New applications for radioisotopes are constantly being developed.
ANSTO is participating in a major project to learn more about an important component of the atmosphere, the hydroxyl radical.
Principal Technical Consultant Michael Druce shares some personal insights on the design and construction of ANSTO's nuclear medicine facility.
Guide to successful proposals and experiments at the Powder Diffraction beamline.
Creating a global energy system that is both environmentally and economically sustainable is unquestionably one of the largest challenges facing the scientific and engineering communities.
ANSTO is committed to monitoring its environmental performance and providing the community with accurate information about it. We also publish live meteorological data from our 49m Lucas Heights weather tower every 15 minutes.
Publications and resources from the Powder Diffraction beamline.